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Emer McLysaght: ‘I put Science in Trinity down on my CAO form because it sounded fancy.’ File photograph

The blurb on the back of my coming-of-age novel about travelling from the sticks to the Big Smoke to attend Trinity College Dublin would go something (...)

Irish people spent €7 billion in debit and credit card purchases in June. Photograph: iStock

Irish people spent €7 billion in debit and credit card purchases in June, a rise of 3 per cent compared with May, new data from the Central Bank shows(...)

Borrowers with ‘moderate ability’ to repay more likely to receive permanent loan modifications than ‘those in the deepest financial difficulty’. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Permanent or long-term debt relief arrangements on mortgages “have substantially higher success rates” than temporary arrangements and are in the best(...)

The government bought Irish Life in 2011 from Permanent TSB (PTSB), then known as Irish Life & Permanent, for €1.3 billion in order to limit the taxpayer bailout bill for PTSB. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Irish Life Group paid an €85 million dividend to its overseas parent last year, driven by gains from an asset sale, bringing total payments since it w(...)

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The number of claims made to the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) declined by 16 per cent last year to 26,009 cases as pandemic restrictions (...)

Fortunately for the Irish banks subject to the stress tests – AIB and Bank of Ireland – their commercial property portfolios are a fraction of boom-time levels.

Like the Tokyo Olympics, European Banking Authority (EBA) stress tests were delayed by a year in 2020 in the hope that we’d be the other side of the C(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe: The rules will require firms to set out clearly where responsibility and decision-making lie. Photograph: Julien Behal

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe plans on Tuesday to publish a long-delayed outline of proposed laws to make it easier for the Central Bank to fin(...)

Former members of the so-called ’Davy 16’ are walking away with large sums after the recent sale.

The former chief executive of Davy has described the outcry over the Central Bank’s record fine for the firm’s role in the Anglo Irish Bank bond deal (...)

Davy: fined €4.13m for breaching market rules in relation to a transaction involving the broker’s own staff.  Photo: Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews.ie

When the Central Bank revealed on the afternoon of Tuesday, March 2nd, that it had fined Davy €4.1 million in relation to a controversial 2014 bond tr(...)

Bank of Ireland confirmed on Thursday that it has agreed to buy Davy’s main business for up to €440 million. Photograph:  Niall Carson/PA Wire

Five former top Davy executives, who were involved in a controversial bond trade that led to a Central Bank fine in March, are set to net €180 million(...)

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